Maia Foulis

Maia Foulis

Maïa Foulis is Editor of Canadian Occupation Safety magazine. She contributes to and oversees the content of the magazine, website and newsletter. Maïa also assists with COS events such as Canada’s Safest Employers Awards and Women in Safety.

Maïa joined Key Media in 2020, having previously worked in the UK and in France in media and publishing. She writes about all issues currently affecting the Canadian occupational health and safety sector. She also has previous experience researching and writing about the Canadian labour and employment legal market.

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Construction firm fined $20K for fall risk violation

No fall protection systems had been put in place

Construction firm fined $20K for fall risk violation

Return to Work: Are video interviews a safe way forward?

A must during the pandemic, are video interviews here to stay?

Return to Work: Are video interviews a safe way forward?

How to deal with workplace violence

In recent years, issues around workplace harassment have been thrust into the spotlight

How to deal with workplace violence

Rising to the challenge

As Manager of Health and Wellness at George Brown College, Jacqueline Abel has been extremely busy since the start of the pandemic – but still finds the time to inspire aspiring OHS professionals

Rising to the challenge

U.S. farmers face increasingly tough climate conditions

Advocacy groups, researchers call for better protection against extreme heat

U.S. farmers face increasingly tough climate conditions

Six workers die after freezer malfunction at poultry facility

Foundation Food Group hit with $1 million fine, Labor Secretary says devastating incident was 'entirely avoidable'

Six workers die after freezer malfunction at poultry facility

Three B.C. firms fined for asbestos exposure

Firms fined a total of $35K

Three B.C. firms fined for asbestos exposure

Return to Work: Why employers must ensure high air quality

As companies begin to bring workers back to the office, CEO warns that poor air quality creates ideal conditions for virus to spread

Return to Work: Why employers must ensure high air quality

Quebec government pushing for gradual return to workplace in September

Also plans to launch hybrid work model for federal employees

Quebec government pushing for gradual return to workplace in September

Tech company wants to empower Indigenous communities

Indigenous workers – especially young workers – have long been disadvantaged in the digital space

Tech company wants to empower Indigenous communities